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Old 09-13-2017, 09:40 AM
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Hi, please point me at the place where I can buy new bolts/screws that mount the rear tail light reflector panel to the car. Also the lens screws and the trim screws. I also need a line on a center lower door trim piece. While I don't own a T bird, I DO have a 66 T Bird light set built into the back of my 67 Dodge Coronet.
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Old 09-16-2017, 10:48 PM
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Hi, please point me at the place where I can buy new bolts/screws that mount the rear tail light reflector panel to the car. Also the lens screws and the trim screws. I also need a line on a center lower door trim piece. While I don't own a T bird, I DO have a 66 T Bird light set built into the back of my 67 Dodge Coronet.
Come on folks! Someone MUST own a 66 T bird here? Right? So it follows that you would know where to get parts for it? I just need 16 little screws. Give a fella a hand here huh?
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There are different size screws that hold the lenses and bezels. Which ones do you need. Here is the parts diagram. Most of them are just oval head phillips screws that you can get at any home center store in stainless steel.

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Have you thought about checking the For Sale / Parts Wanted Forum to see who is parting out a Flairbird? Also, for those of you are in need of Interior Screws, the Bird Nest, for one, offers Interior Screw Kits for 1958-1966 Tbirds at $54.95 each. I have bought the kit from them for my 1959 Rose when I was in need of new interior screws. If you call Don at the Bird Nest he might be able to tell you if they have those screws you need.
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Hi, please point me at the place where I can buy new bolts/screws that mount the rear tail light reflector panel to the car. Also the lens screws and the trim screws. I also need a line on a center lower door trim piece. While I don't own a T bird, I DO have a 66 T Bird light set built into the back of my 67 Dodge Coronet.
I may possibly have what you need . Do you also need the reflector mounting brackets that holds the reflector housings to the bumper pan . Believe these are lefts and rights, so different ones needed as you can see from the diagram posted previously .
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You don't see a lot of Flairbirds being parted out, but Clint66 just posted in the For Sale / Parts Wanted Forum, that he is parting out 2 '66 Flairbirds. Those of you who own Flairbirds and need OEM parts off them, this is a great chance to get what you are looking for.. Go see what Clint said...
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